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's a relative for the old country. that could be what the interpreter is for. >> we want to bring in deb feric. we have her on the phone. deb? >> reporter: hey, erin, with e we've been moved back significantly. the police officers are trying to get everyone out of the way, basically. they have said you guys are in the line of fire and they proceeded to move us back significantly. i am told by -- i'm told by an intel source, that, in fact, they may -- it may be that they have found somebody else, an associa associate, who may have had -- who may have had -- sorry, just seeing what the noise is about. >>> i'll being told by an intel, it may be that they have found an associate, an associate, of the younger bomber, the younger, suspected bomber. so that is what i am being told right now. they called for a russian translater. they have moved us back. there are sharp shooters everywhere. they are monitoring the situation. they have surrounded either a home or a vehicle, it's difficult to see where we are right now. but they pulled us back significantly. what we were reporting earlier today, earli
heard. you saw the emergency vehicles go behind us. you heard the reports that deb is saying about the suspect perhaps being cornered. do you think this is it? this is the moment? >> well right now, erin, we have no way to know whether it is or is not for sure. but what they're hoping or what you would hope in a situation like this is that you have a -- what would be characterized as a barricaded subject with no hostages, meaning he's hold up in some room or apartment or facility but he's alone. he doesn't have anybody else. the police can surround it. they can inject gas and try to just flush him out and try to get him to surrender that way. that would be the optimum. >> david fitzpatrick is our producer as we said who is on the scene. david, tell us exactly again where you are and what is happening. >> erin, i'm in a parking lot -- commercial parking lot, probably 400 yards away from were heavily armed officers moving in amongst some houses. i see some of the officers withdrawing down, some are moving under new positions. i see dogs at the ready, not yet going into the backyard a
conference when they released the images. deb feyerick is also joining us from watertown. she has the latest. deb? >> jake, john, we can tell you this area is essentially a frozen zone. people are being told to shelter in place, to stay away from windows, stay away from doors. we're looking at a police caravan that just passed here. this was a key area, an area where a lot of law enforcement was gathering. we saw a truck. there were armed personnel on it. we saw bomb sniffing dogs from the fbi. really, the impression was they were searching for an ied. something you would see in a theater of war, in a combat zone, not here in the streets of boston. you still have a lot of personnel. some have slowly been pulling back. again, it's a very active scene that's going on right now. we don't know the status. we don't know where this individual is, whether he's close. whether he's in custody. but by creating a huge perimeter around this particular area, what they do hope to do is either flush him out, or at least tighten the noose. and so that's what they're trying to do. they are going door-to-door
with them. we have them on the line. deb, what's the latest? >> we can tell you -- i want to tell you -- sorry, i'm juggling phones and iphones and everything else. we want to tell you that we're being told in fact s.w.a.t. team is making entry into one of the buildings there. now, this is going to happen all day. earlier i reported there's sort of an ebb and flow of people going in and people coming out. they had somebody on the ground who was contained, circled, a lot of police cars around him. now they're making entry into a house. could be related, could not be related. but, again, what the teams are trying to do is they're trying to make sure that they go to every single known area that this person may have been. this is just following leads. this is just following up the leads they have to follow-up on. they had somebody on the ground. and now we are told that in fact they're making entry -- s.w.a.t. is making entry into one of the homes. wolf. >> deb, thank you. just so they understand the context here. they have asked for a russian translator, it became confusing. we got word
. deb freyerick on the ground. heightened level of security. beyond watertown, the city of boston, towns near here. everyone told to stay home. businesses told not to open. subways not running, taxis not picking up passengers, trains not coming in and out. live pictures above watertown where law enforcement helicopters are surrounding the area right now. looking down on some kind of situation that has been happening there. this is the culmination of 14 hours of activity last night. they released the pictures of the two suspects from the fun ish line of the boston marathon shootings -- bombings rather, then police chase, manhunt overnight, one of the men killed. the other suspect, the one on the right, in the white hat, on the run right now. manhunt under way, 9,000 plus law enforcement personnel searching for him. boston shut down, watertown, essentially shutdown, as they search for this young man. 19-year-old from chechnya. we talked to a high school classmate of his a short time ago, a normal kid. would have never suspected a kid like this would be capable of something like this. in fa
of the men was carrying. deb feyerick has been working the investigation all day. what can you tell us about it some. >> it's what both of the men were carrying. >> one had a backpack, the other a small dufflebag. both of them were photographed numerous times in and around the phenni finish line. they have caught the interest of the officials at the highest levels of government who were looking, they're trying to spread these searches around to see if anybody knows or anybody can identify who they are or what it is they could be doing. because of the size, because of the shape of the backpacks, they believe that it was very easy for them to conceal some sort of device, the crock pot -- the pressure cooker inside that bag, they've even isolated parts in the bag that look like it's sort of full. that was one of the things that caught the attention of law enforcement. they're aggressively looking for these men and trying to figure out what they were doing. they don't know who they are, but they have definitely risen to the top of the list. >> wow. when you first reported this, they were interes
six months just last year. and chris lawrence is in rhode island where tamerlan's wife lives. and deb is here with all the details of the hospital hearing and the charges filed against the suspect today. i want to start with you, deb. we know the federal government filed two charges against dzhokhar tsarnaev today. one count of using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction and one of malicious destruction of property by means of an explosive device resulting in death. and i'm just looking here, deb. we just got a look at the complaint filed against him. in the actual transcript of what happened today in the hospital room though, the thing that stood out, maybe he was too injured to speak. when they asked him the question can awe ford a lawyer, the defendant said the word no. >> you know, what is fascinating about that is also you have to remember, this is a kid who is on a ventilator. he is heavily sedated. he is being restrained. and what we're told is that many of the responses to the answers were he was nodding his head. that was really all that he was allowed to do. wha
was to further attack people and cause more death and destruction. >> cnn's deb feyerick is in new york. and pentagon correspondent chris lawrence is in north kingstown, rhode island, with exclusive details on the wife of the eldest brother. but before we get to that, deb, we just learned dzhokhar tsarnaev has been charged with using a weapon of -- or using weapons of mass destruction. run us through the specific charges. >> yeah, i want to take you through some of the key points that are here in this criminal complaint. those released just moments ago. first of all, he's charged with using a weapon of mass destruction and conspireing to use a weapon of mass destruction. those are the two preliminary charges upon which he's being held. now, some specificity in the document, first of all, in tsarnaev's room, at his college room, they found a large py pyrotechnic, they also found bbs that was found in his room. in a car, second location, they recovered two unexploded ieds, two bombs also in that -- the containers, similar containers, and remnants of an exploded ied. now, apparently, tsarn
river oil spill in their own backyards, deb miller's business was 20 feet from the kalamazoo river oil spill, susan connolly's children were at a daycare center at the time of the spill. deb miller, susan connolly joining us tonight from marshall, michigan. thank you so much for being here. it's really nice to have you here. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> susan, let me start with you and ask you to go back to the day of the spill. what did you and your children experience in the hours after it happened? what did it feel like and smell like after a tar sands oil spill like this? >> the smell was overwhelming. we dropped off our children at our daycare center about 7:30 in the morning, and even at that time the odor was very strong. by the time we picked them up from daycare, the health effects were instantaneous. so, we knew right away there was something wrong. we didn't realize there was an oil spill, but we just knew something wasn't right. >> when you say that the health effects were instantaneous, what kind of health effects did you experience? >> there was a burning sensation in y
what? and new details on katherine russell. finally, here in new york, deb feyerick on tam ran's connection to a bizarre, unsolved triple murder case. i want to begin with jake tapper in boston. what have you learned about what dzhokhar is telling investigators? i know there's been preliminary interviews and you've been getting the nuts and bolts and details about how they have been communicating and what he said. >> reporter: that's right, erin. u.s. government official has relayed to me some of the news from dzhokhar tsarnaev in his discussions with investigators. we learned last night that he was talking about how there were no foreign terrorist organize sgra zagss involved, that his brother was the driving force and jihad in nature considering themselves to be under attack as muslims and trying to fight back. that is what dzhokhar has been telling investigators. so i don't want to -- i want to make sure everyone understands, this is what he is saying. in addition, we found out some more details. one of them that is the wars in iraq and afghanistan are part of the motivating
agency. we are covering this story from every angle tonight. standing by in boston, deb feyorick on boylston street. she has the latest on the investigation. brian todd has new details on a mysterious man that tamerlan tsarnaev's family said had the most influence over him. and david mattingly following the money trail. so many want answers to this question. how did the brothers support themselves? and how long did they collect welfare from the state of massachusetts? aaron mcpike is in rhode island. tamerlan tsarnaev's wife is there. investigators are asking how could she have not known about the bombs? and we'll go overseas to dagestan where nic robertson is, and has the latest on the meeting today between u.s. officials and the bomber's parents. and joe johns is in washington with new information about what russian officials told the fbi and the cia. some damning details about whether our intelligence agencies may have dropped the ball. i want to begin with deb in boston. deb, what do we know about this visit from the parents? >> reporter: yeah, this is news that we just got.
. we are told that a state trooper is checking cars. >> i'm sorry, we have to interrupt. deb, we are going to interrupt you right now, there's a press conference going on right now at beth israel hospital where this first suspect was brought after he was wounded and died. we'll go live to beth israel right now. >> we still do have 12 victims from the initial event hospitalized here at the hospital. one of them still in serious condition in the icu. we initially received 24 patients here from the original event on monday. the vast majority of those patients have been discharged. we are open and ready for any patients to come to the medical center this morning, although we are restricting access to ensure safety for patients, family and visitors and asking people to show patience as they come in this morning. >> reporter: was that patient brought in under police guard tonight? >> that patient was brought in with police guard, yes. >> reporter: with you describe the injuries? >> we do want to make available the physician that initially heard the events in watertown. >> my name is dr
, too. i'm joined live here in boston with deb feyerick. you have an understanding of talking with investigators that they are looking at every single step that these two people took all the way down the road. >> absolutely. and to give a little more perspective, we do know -- i've spoken with a number of analysts. those two men were heading down in the path towards the finish line. they were just about eight feet apart. they have practiced this route multiple times. they knew exactly where they were going. they knew exactly how much time they had in between the various stops. these men are carrying explosives. they are carrying bombs on their backs and yet they don't look nervous, not in the least. that's why investigators believed they rehearsed this route many, many times. the two men are walking in direction of the finish line. the man in the black hat, he keeps walking. the man in the white hat stops at an earlier point. there's a distinctive picture of him looking back down towards the racers. he has the second device. the man in the black hat, he keeps walking. they kno
, the site of the attack is open again, deb feyerick joins us live from boylston street. deb, pretty emotional down there tonight, it seems. >> reporter: you know, it's been very emotional. it's been very emotional all day. and a number of people are coming simply leaving flowers and hats and stuffed animals, notes, cards. the primary message is, you will be remembered, we will not forget. we're in this all together. and you know, there was a very -- so interesting, when you look all around, you can see, even behind the windows of the building were blown out back there. investigators, forensic experts have been working this scene, this was a crime scene until today. and they removed windows, removed doors, even removed a tree they think one of the suspects may have touched. this is really where tamerlan tsarnaev left his backpack. and we spoke to a couple of girls who came back -- they were standing right here, and they were amazed at the twist of fate that allowed them to escape uninjured, while others were not so lucky. take a listen, piers. >> it feels like it didn't happen. somet
and many leg devices which according to experts who are telling deb suggest the device was low to the ground. the total injury count has gone up in just the past few moments from 110 to 132. when we come back, we'll have an update on the victims, what they're going through tonight and their chances for survival. >>> welcome back to "outfront." we are following the breaking news tonight of the terror attack in boston and here is what we know right now. two people are dead, one of those victims we can tell you is an 8-year-old boy. the number of injured people has been increased. it is now at least 132, and that number is fluid. earlier this hour, it was 110. we are still very much figuring out what happened and how many people are injured. the two deadly explosions went off shortly before 3:00, right near the finish line of the boston marathon. the boston globe captured the scene on boylston street with the audio of the surprise. you hear the overhead voice announcing people crossing the line, then all of a sudden -- you hear that. runners were knocked off their feet. thousands
yourself in. >> i want to break in, looks like they are getting ready for a news conference. deb is over there, what are you picking up. >> it looks like a young man is being arrested. this does not -- it's not clear, this is definitely not the suspect, this is definitely not the guy they are looking for but he is a young man, got a backpack, a red hat, a baseball cap, hand on his head right now and a state police officer has his hand on the person's shoulder, the other hand on his firearm and there's another state trooper who is also sort of standing guard. it could be just coincidental that this young guy was trying to walk towards an area that, right now, is being investigated. there is no, here is wearing a backpack, but no bomb squad. looks like this person is trying to get some place he shouldn't have been trying to get to so they stopped him and he has his hands on his head and is just standing there with the two state police. wolf? >> that's a pretty dramatic scene, chris comeau as we hear those words from deb ferric from this individual, we have no idea who he is. >> no idea who
deb feyerick has more on the brotherho brotherhood, its roots and violent way of life. >> reporter: they call themselves the aryan brotherhood of texas, the abt. considered one of the most dangerous gangs in the state with roots inside the walls of the texas prison system. >> i think they are in brotherhood of texas today -- the aryan brotherhood of texas today is arguably the most violent white supremacist gang out there. >> reporter: the abt modeled itself after a california-based prison gang called the aryan brotherhood who were the subject of this "national geographic" documentary. >> while most gangs seek safety in numbers, the aryan brotherhood remains an exclusive crew. only the most cunning and ruthless convicts may enter the brand's privileged rank. >> reporter: inmates in texas asked the aryan brotherhood for permission to start a texas chapter. the southern poverty law center says they were denied membership. we don't know why, but it didn't seem to matter. authorities say the abt followed the california model. >> it is said to be one of the gangs that live by the blood
amputations, deb feyerick reports, leg amputations and ball bearings among the shrapnel being removed from the victims. a very fluid situation. we should note that often in the early hours after such a tragedy, you get conflicting information or you get information that later turns out not to be true. but the headline at this hour, that bolo, be on the lookout issued by law enforcement officials for a dark skinned or black man that officials say appear to be trying to get entry into a restricted area just before that first explosion. >> of course, at this point, there was a ground stop at logan airport. we were flying in earlier today, flights from new york were shut down for a time, then the airport opened again. so obviously, they are being very cautious all throughout the city and really all throughout the country now, various states of alert in various regions, including new york city. officials saying they are in a heightened state of alert there, being very cautious at airports and other points of interest. are you hearing anything from officials in terms of the number of people that
single possible freeze framed way. deb, it's not just the clothes or the faces, you look at a picture, you realize there are thousands of things about a person you could look at. but you see something in a hat. >> absolutely. the hats are very telling. that is one of the things that law enforcement is looking into. they're looking at the markings on the hats. they want to know, for example, the white hat has a golf marking and so does the black hat. so they're looking at that closely. somebody may know the people because they passed by some sort of a store they attended some sort of an event. and so the hats are very telling. now it may be that these guys are trying to throw investigators off. but at the same time, you know, this has been planned so carefully. and every detail is a chance. but that's one of the things that investigators are very, very interested in trying to find out where the face is and where the hats r so every small thing is a clue. this may sound a bit naive, in fact, the bib bib gfbi gamble m paid off and some calls are coming in. >> we have to hope. thank you,
or not the subject was in fact conscious, to see whether the subject was actually reacting to those grenades. deb feyerick reporting that the subject does have some medical issues, needs medical attention, and then again, just around 8:44, 8:45, elizabeth cohen reporting the suspect had been taken out, removed from the scene. the crowd broke into applause, a police officer confirming in fact that they have the suspect in custody, and that was followed up very quickly by a tweet from the boston police department. of course, there is celebration, no doubt, in bars throughout the city of boston and all over, a lot of bars are probably going to be opening up. i think a lot of people also, their thoughts and prayers continue to be with all those runners, all those citizens, all those fellow citizens of ours who are still in the hospital, whose lives have been forever changed and all those families who are celebrating the fact that these two suspects have been accounted for, they have lost loved ones. a police officer, 26-year-old police officer killed in the early morning hours, about 23 hours ago las
belief blog editor and talk about this. deb mentioned the church community really just putting their arms around the family. you can expect that coming out of saddle back and probably churches around the country. >> absolutely. one of the things that's important to understand about saddleback, it really back a network of churches coming off the success of "the purpose driven life," and part of the note that deb was reading was a note that warren sent out to staff that appears to have gone out to the entire saddleback purpose driven church network which encompasses hundreds of networks in the united states. you can see the reactions from folks, so poignant on twitter. i want to point something out that warren appears to have tweeted this morning before the statements went out. of course, they learned that his son matthew had committed suicide on friday night. the statement said, and they're just now getting the word out. one of the things warren tweeted today, he said we pray thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven, since in heaven god's will is done, #always. that's a verse we often
school because the school was completely destroyed. you have it take all the deb brae and disembark and move it to the continent. this is in another coastal area, conception, the island you see was orego island, that was the island where people was there making a barbecue. when tsunami get in there, not even the grass was safe, everything was removed, and the island in front was completely flood. there is the island down there. it was flooding absolutely. this is a fishing market. that was before the navy came in there and after the navy came in there. a lot of fishing was close to 1,000 fishing boat was grounded and it was part of our job to put them in the water again. so heavy lift cranes are absolutely mandatory to have a safe place to move them and to start working. and because as i mentioned to you before, the ships cannot be, get into the port directly, so we make, we pier side two ships floating and all transfer of the cargo was through (inaudible) as you can see we deliver that assistance to different coastal communities. we use the marines to do that so no problem. as
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with authorities. that's a huge problem. >> that's a huge problem. deb, i know there are so many questions about this. what do you know about the reading of dzhokhar tsarnaev's miranda rights? >> i think what we know is that it's required by law to tell a suspect what his rights are, and what the justice department and the u.s. attorney's office here in boston saying this is just exactly according to protocol. any suggestion that the judge stepped in and interrupted any questioning of the defendant, dzhokhar tsarnaev, that's simply incorrect. fbi and prosecutors both were told that there was going to be a hearing set once they filed the criminal complaint, then there is a certain amount of time in which the person has to come before a judge for initial appearance. even though it is rare that a judge will come to a bedside, it's not uncommon. it does happen. so the judge scheduled a hearing and the people who were there, it included the prosecutors, the federal defenders, the court reporter, the u.s. marshal service, and people from the hospital. so this was done the way it was supposed to be don
beth israel hospital in boston. deb, start with you, what are you learning? >> well, anderson, we can tell you that investigators and doctors are staying close by the alleged suspect. he is on a ventilator, he is heavily sedated and also restrained. one of the reasons is because they don't want him when he does wake up, when he is sort of -- when he does wake up, they don't want him to rip the ventilator out of his mouth. they're really trying to keep him as calm and as stable as they possibly can. they don't want any additional stress to the body. what we are being told is every couple of hours, every several hours, investigators will go in and in the presence of doctors they are asking him questions. now, this could be in writing because the suspect may have sustained some hearing loss during that shootout and the flash bang grenades going off at the time. investigators are asking basic questions, safety questions. are there anymore bombs? is there a bomb stash? are there any weapons? also, was anyone else involved? even a nod of the head could obviously direct them to continue look
. >> jewuliette, we have deb feyerick on the phone. you spoke to a photographer who was near the suspect? i'm not hearing -- >> hello? hello? >> yeah. deborah, can you hear us? deborah, can you hear us? >> yes, hi, chris. hi, chris. hi, everyone. we -- the pictures that you are probably showing on air right now, a man who seems to be running from the location and what makes this picture so interesting and why the fbi has been asking the gentleman who shot it is because the man ran away from the blast virtually at the moment -- the second after it detonated. and the positioning of the body, his -- the way he's faced, the fbi is looking at it to understand. the man who took that picture works in the building next door and was snapping photographs all day and decided to wander over to the scene, wander over to the window at that moment and then he heard the blast. he recorded about 12 different snapshots of this individual running from the scene and so we know that the fbi has questioned him as to what he may have seen, but it happened so quickly, it is just -- the positioning of the body, the
the solution. i'm glad you've now come to my point of view. >> but steven, on the point raised by deb from the audience, would it make a difference, do you think, to public opinion in the way that we saw the civil rights debate change dramatically when victims of the klan were photographed and then you had the vietnam war debate change dramatically when you had the hideous pictures of american troops and so on. would it change things? >> i got to tell you, any senator or member of the house of representatives that isn't very familiar with what happened in newtown and columbine and aurora has been living in a cave some place. people get it. but what -- you have to find what chuck schumer calls the sweet spot. you have to do the doable. and the doable always was the universal background check and where i have to, although i have great respect for kelly ann, just because background check isn't perfect, it's a little like the e-verify argument that just because we catch a few people we aren't supposed to catch doesn't mean it isn't worth the effort. we're a smart enough country to get this rig
before the blasts. deborah feyerick joins me now. deb, so i know law enforcement officials have been debating whether or not they are going to release these images. have they made any decision? are they still grappling with this issue? >> no, there's been no determination as to whether to release those photos. those photos were widely circulated yesterday. they showed two young men, both of them carrying bags. one is a backpack, the other is sort of a sling shoulder bag. but now after speaking to an intelligence source, i am told that in fact investigators are dialing back on those two individuals. they were clearly wanted or of interest because of where they were standing, how they were standing, the size of the bags. but right now it looks like those two individuals are sort of falling farther down on the list of people who need to be identified. there's been a lot of reporting about who these two individuals might be. and cnn has actually reached out to some people who know these two individuals. so right now looks like those two are falling down the list. there's still a lot of o
are standing by in boston to help us pore over these images. jake tapper, deb feyerick, drew griffin, there with our security analysts here in "the situation room." they're giving us unique insight into this break-through in the case. it is a major break-through in what happens next. let's listen in to the fbi's announcement less than an hour or so ago. this is the fbi agent in charge, richard delaureis. >> good afternoon. i am the special agent in charge of the fbi's boston division. since monday's bombing, we've been working around the clock and committed to investigating the matter, this matter to bring those responsible to justice. our collective law enforcement team has pursued thousands of leads and tips. as i said two days ago, we're working methodically and with a sense of urgency to identify those responsible for the bombings. within the last day or so, through the careful process, we initially developed a single person of interest. not knowing that the individual was acting alone or in concert with others, we obviously worked with extreme purpose to make that determination.
disbursed throughout this area. so while they're clearing one area, as deb said, they cleared her area earlier. then they came back to the same area. that's what's happening here. far from over in this particular town. >> don lemon in watertown for us where the developments are unfolding rapidly. they're presumably, don, i want to be precise on this as well, they're presumably going house-to-house, floor-by-floor with this search? it's a very dangerous operation given the potential for explosive devices to be located there. is that a good sense of what you're hearing and seeing? >> absolutely. and the pictures show it. we have seen it. i've seen it and the pictures show it as well. the bus loads and bus loads of police officers they have brought here, those were security people to watch the backs of the people who are actually going door-to-door. many times the s.w.a.t. team or tactical team would go door-to-door with their rifle, their assault rifle, military style rifles drawn, with their handguns drawn. they open the door, one would watch the other one's back and then they would all
with the details. deb, the criminal complaint referred to a standoff and gunfire between the police and suspect when he was captured. what have you learned today? >> well, the criminal complaint does indeed reference gunfire, gunshots, but it doesn't say between police and the suspect. it just says he was taken down after basically gunfire erupted. so they sort of hedge how they worded that. we do know that the two bomb suspects had guns on them. one was identified as used against the carjacking victim. other guns were used during a shootout in watertown, a shootout that lasted really just over a minute. guns recovered from that scene as well. but it does not appear that when dzhokhar tsarnaev raisatsarnaev shelter in the boat that he was armed, at least not with guns. we're also learning, anderson, federal law enforcement officials telling cnn's susan candiotti that they do believe one of the two devices was detonated using a remote control. that really goes -- that is substantiated by what we knew yesterday by the member of the house select intelligence committee that they do believe that a r
is still alive said, deb, get your education first. these are women who got married hat 19, were they fertile, yeah. they had children. they did not get their education, they didn't get the careers that they maybe want glove we have so many more options now i think that's -- >> adoption i an option. if you go, well, you know, gee, i guess i'm 39 now i can't conceive. there are a lot of children out there that need good homes. >> but the -- >> the other thing i thought she wasn't taking in to account is, marriage is very different now, first of all she said that your options even at princeton narrow -- your options are better as freshman than as senior because then you're there with men older than you are versus your own age. >> especially few years, it doesn't really -- >> women are marrying younger men. >> i found -- part of this bothered me because women become equal or whatever in the workforce and professions. are we still required to marry up? why can't we marry -- if we marry the secretary or the plumber whatever the equivalent. nothing to plumbers because they make a lot
, within an hour, news from our own deb feyerick, we have the suspect cornered and he was cornered in a boat, and you know what happened since then. it was an unreal unfolding of events, very intense, and very dangerous for all of these officers and first responders. once he was captured, joy, celebration. i want to you listen to the fbi special agent in charge. here is what he said after that capture. >> today the city of boston, the city of cambridge and the city of watertown and many other communities can breathe a sigh of relief knowing two perpetrators that caused so much pain and anguish are no longer a threat to our personal safety and to our communities. >> reporter: no longer a threat indeed. want to show you the video of the jubilation that broke out within minutes of the announcement at 8:45 last night of this capture. just incredible video of people on the street, cheering and chanting, "usa, usa," feeling safe in their own city once again, and even with the jubilation, a lot of pieces to pick up, and 58 people still hospitalized and the four precious lives lost, four v
. in the ninth. lorrie, game ending double play. and session sped deshopefully deshopefully--deb cespedes hopefully returns tomorrow. >> sharks in their final game in l.a. a win they start in st. louis, and a loss, vancouver. these two rivals don't like each other. second period, shot popped up in the air, knocked in his own rebound. 1-0 l.a. sharks fans, couture, through two defenders for the team-leading 21st goal of the year. tied at one. the kings regain the lead. james shepard, 2-1 l.a. watch the passing. williams, count it. 3-2 the final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings head to st. louis. >> sharks know they're starting on the road. they beat the nhl leading chicago blackhawks. blues get the kings in round one of the playoffs. >> we'll take a brief time-out before we take a tour of today's nba games and the sabre cats casting a spell on the new orle >> mike: the warriors hoping to take a commanding 3-1 series lead back to denver. meanwhile, thunder and rockets. okc without westbrook. durant doing just fine without him. 4 in the game. okc winning easily 104-101 the
.rrie, game en play. and session sped deshopefully deshopefully--deb cespedes hopefully returns tomorrow. >> sharks in their final game in l.a. a win they start in st. louis, and a loss, vancouver. these two rivals don't like each other. second period, shot popped up in the air, knocked in his own rebound. 1-0 l.a. sharks fans, couture, through two defenders for the team-leading 21st goal of the year. tied at one. the kings regain the lead. james shepard, 2-1 l.a. watch the passing. williams, count it. 3-2 the final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings head to st. louis. >> sharks know they're starting on the road. they beat the nhl leading chicago blackhawks. blues get the kings in round one of the playoffs. >> we'll take a brief time-out before we take a tour of today's nba games and the sabre cats casting a spell on the new orle >> mike: the warriors hoping to take a commanding 3-1 series lead back to denver. meanwhile, thunder and rockets. okc without westbrook. durant doing just fine without him. 4 in the game. okc winning easily 104-101 the final. >> nets and bulls. t
long, hi deb. >> yeah they were roaring as they poured out of the arena tonight too. we still have a contingent here. i promised sports i wouldn't give away the scores. but safe to say, fans got the performance and the outcome they came for. it was an excited crowd that only got more excited. a crowd on its feet almost as much as the starting line up. play off t-shirts at every seat. if not being worn, being waved. >> i don't know how long we're going to go, let's see. >> reporter: that's the team owner as the lights deemed for the national -- dimmed for the national anthem. >> reporter: the coach's wife singing. >> who's idea was it? >> it was his. >> reporter: did it take much convincing. >> not at all. >> reporter: is he holding up okay? >> yes he is, he's an amazing man. >> reporter: david lee -- losing david lee not seeming to be a problem. not when steph curry is on. >> i'm very proud of them. we'll see what we can do. >> reporter: a golden state team enjoying a golden run. and what happens next will be in denver. but even without home court the warriors need only one more w
over dealing with deb >> rht. you know, being in boston over last few weeks, i a are of role that fear plays in decision making when we counsel investors we tell them, down panic have a plan, be opportunistic this this case washington is doing none of, that washington is letting fear dictate the plan, we can't control what goes on in europe or a recession or china has a housing bubble. but we can control our own budget, that is something that washington chooses not to do, i think sequestration, fears and faa fears is a classive example of fear mongering run amuck. and you know it is unfortunate we'll going to pay for this for years to come. lou: and we have discussed this before. republicans and democrats, if you want to spend on wars in afghanistan and iraq. then just put it on budget, don't make it an off budget item. we know that wars are expensive. you cannot play the shell gam you say added security a big interest, from where do you take funds, we don't do that. >> right. >> right. and optics of f faa it looks ga. in summer the debt ceiling will have to be raised, some members, fi
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